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Sports Watch: Bruins lose shootout after Marchand overskates puck

14:55  14 january  2020
14:55  14 january  2020 Source:   thescore.com

Marchand pokes fun at most recent puck-handling gaffe

  Marchand pokes fun at most recent puck-handling gaffe Brad Marchand has had some trouble handling the puck lately, and he's hoping somebody can help him find his hands again. After overskating the puck on a shootout attempt earlier this week, the Boston Bruins forward fumbled the rubber once again on a clearcut breakaway during Thursday's game against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Brad Marchand - no dice on the PK breakaway: pic.twitter.com/QaQZVmoaDA — Conor Ryan (@ConorRyan_93) January 17, 2020 Marchand had Penguins goalie Tristan Jarry beat, but he simply mishandled the puck and missed out on an easy goal. With 21 tallies and 64 points on the season, mishaps like these are rare for the 31-year-old.

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Boston Bruins forward Brad Marchand couldn't have escaped the ice faster following Monday's embarrassing 6-5 shootout loss to the Philadelphia Flyers.

With the game on the line, Marchand overskated the puck and grazed it slightly on his approach, resulting in a failed shootout attempt and a Flyers win.

Philadelphia's notorious mascot, Gritty, didn't waste any time giving the NHL's master troll a taste of his own medicine.

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The Boston Bruins have lost shootouts every which way this season. Brad Marchand found a new one Monday night. Travis Konecny scored in the fifth round of the shootout for Philadelphia, and Marchand lined up for his turn needing to score to keep the game going.

The Boston Bruins have lost shootouts every which way this season. Brad Marchand found a new one Monday night. Philadelphia Flyers' Travis Konecny, right, celebrates with Scott Laughton after a victory in a shootout during an NHL hockey game against the Boston Bruins , Monday, Jan.

The Bruins' shootout record dropped to 0-7 this season following the loss, and the team has converted just four of 30 attempts.

The defeat also marked a rare collapse from Boston, which held a 5-2 advantage midway through the game. The Bruins were 199-1-5 dating back to 2010-11 when owning a three-goal lead, according to the Flyers' broadcast.

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